About vonMesser

Retired from the US Navy (21 years) and state (20 years). Recently remarried after being widowed for 5 years. 2 daughters, and a step-daughter, all functioning adults). Graduated from college after the Navy with BA in Education, psychology, Economics, History and Political Science. Teach Hunter Safety for Washington (since 1991) and do historical reenactments for Civil War, WW-1and WW-2.

Retribution and Social Repatriation (Part 1)

This one ought to really get the juices flowing.  Like all the others, it’s a place to start from.  Keep some, trash some, use some as a stepping stone to new ideas – but start looking at changes. A.   The sentence assigned a convicted defendant in a criminal case shall include: 1.    Restitution of all costs and items incurred by the victim. 2.    Payment of personal damages to victim of 250% restitution or $100,000.oo, whichever is less. 3.    Actual government costs of the criminal investigation and trial. a.    The costs to the government may be avoided by the defendant … Continue reading

Campaign and Election Reform

(You’ll like some – you’ll hater others. They’re here to make you think and come up with your own ideas) 1) No person may spend more on their political campaign than the equivalent of the first year’s salary of the office for which they are running. 2) The official political party within a community may match the candidate’s funds, for a maximum total of two year’s salary to be expended in election funds. 3) There shall be no limit to the amount contributed by any person so long as that person is a registered voter of the community affected by … Continue reading

Legal – Jurisprudence Reform

Our court system is seriously screwed up.  The primary [purpose of court seems to be to get the criminal off scott free rather than determine guilt or innocence.  Far too often past record of persons brought to trial are not considered, use of “diminished capacity” is overused (drunk, drugged, mentally incompetent, etc).  You’ll like some, hate some, but they should start a conversation, and a good conversation will probably end up with the best of these suggestions being made better, and the worst might give someone an idea for something better in the long run. Maybe we need a few … Continue reading

Fixing the Problem. Part -C of a whole bunch.

(You read this part before, but keep going – things change, and this is important.) While Republicans comprise the most inclusive and comprehensive political and economic philosophies, the democrat dominated electronic and print media has been allowed to define Republicans to the people of the nation as a party comprised of religio-political fanatics. In order to bring about necessary political change in a number of fields, we must do two things: 1.  Take SMALL steps.  Don’t try and make it perfect right this instant.  It took years to get it up-gefukked.  It’ll take years to clean up the mess. 2.  … Continue reading

Fixing the Problem. Part -B of a whole bunch.

(You read this part before, but keep going – things change. And this is important enough to repeat) While Republicans comprise the most inclusive and comprehensive political and economic philosophies, the democrat dominated electronic and print media has been allowed to define Republicans to the people of the nation as a party comprised of religio-political fanatics. In order to bring about necessary political change in a number of fields, we must do two things: 1. Take SMALL steps. Don’t try and make it perfect right this instant. It took years to get it up-gefukked. It’ll take years to clean up … Continue reading

Fixing the Problem. Part TWO-A of a whole bunch.

While Republicans comprise the most inclusive and comprehensive political and economic philosophies, the democrat dominated electronic and print media has been allowed to define Republicans to the people of the nation as a party comprised of religio-political fanatics.  In order to bring about necessary political change in a number of fields, we must do two things: 1.  Take SMALL steps.  Don’t try and make it perfect right this instant.  It took years to  get it this fubar’d.  It’ll take years to clean up the mess. 2.  Change the language used.  First by us, then by “them”.  I’m going to address three … Continue reading

Fixing the Problem. Part ONE of a whole bunch.

The last three things I’ve posted have had to do with Obummercare, and unfortunately, while Obummercare is big and important, we need to focus on getting rid of it, not fixing it. We also need to look at a (fertilizer) load of things that need fixing.  Back when G.H.W. Bush was running for President in 1988 I wrote a paper for the Washington State Republican Party. It was kind of long, so I’m going to slightly rewrite it, and break it up into several parts. So here goes with the first of many parts.: Candidates for political office Unless we are “in … Continue reading

Kentucky Jail Signing Up Exiting Inmates For ObamaCare

  Fox News is reporting that a Kentucky jail is signing up exiting inmates for Obamacare. And a Democrat accuses Fox of “demagoguing” the issue and tries to defend this outrageous use of your tax dollars. I can’t help but wonder how many other states are doing this, and since many places are registering voters at the same time, how many new (illegal) Democrat voters are we getting? ~ vonMesser

Update on ObummerCare

Snipped and edited from Breitbart A couple of days ago I made my first post – showing my math determination that less than a million people have actually been covered by the 7.1 million touted. Now, a much more reliable source than my simple math has come forward to saw the same thing. Obamacare, the plan purportedly created to provide health coverage for the uninsured, has enrolled just 1.7% of America’s 48.6 million uninsured. The White House now claims an Obamacare enrollment figure of six million people. However, according to The New York Times, at least 20% of those never … Continue reading